autogram


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au·to·gram

(aw'tō-gram),
A wheallike lesion on the skin produced by pressure from a blunt instrument or by stroking.
[auto- + G. gramma, something written]
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Newmeyer (1998) argues extensively for three subparts of the autonomy thesis he calls Autosyn (autonomy of syntax), Autoknow (autonomy of the knowledge of language) and Autogram (autonomy of grammar).
Author's Note: An autogram is a self-referential sentence that
Mount Bleyer, "Living Autograms," Werner's Magazine 19, no.